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Algeria international struggling to make an impact at the San Siro

Football Italian league: Parma's power a problem for Roma

PARMA, WHO capitalised on the dismissal of Sergio Porrini to come back from a goal down to beat Rangers 3-1 (4-2 on aggregate) in the second leg of their Uefa Cup tie on Tuesday, entertain Roma in tomorrow's live Channel 4 game in Serie A.

Football: Klos is top of Ibrox wish list

DICK ADVOCAAT, the Rangers' manager looks set to strengthen his squad following Tuesday's Uefa Cup defeat by Parma. Stefan Klos, the Borussia Dortmund goalkeeper, and Neil McCann, the Hearts' winger, could both be heading for Ibrox.

Football: Porrini off as Rangers bow out

Parma 3 Rangers 1: Parma win 4-2 on aggregate

Football: Parma end Rangers' hopes

Parma 3 Rangers 1 Parma win 4-2 on aggregate

Football: Ferguson in line to quell Veron

IAN FERGUSON has been given the daunting task of man-marking the Argentinian, Juan Veron, as Rangers

Football: Petrie takes advantage

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Football: EUROPEAN ROUND-UP: Parma too potent for sad Milan

HERNAN CRESPO, the Argentinian World Cup striker, scored twice as Parma put their Italian Serie A title challenge back on track with a 4-0 home win over Milan yesterday.

Football: Frugal Parma entertain Milan

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Football: Amoruso confident Scots will progress

LORENZO AMORUSO is optimistic that Rangers can book a place in the quarter-finals of the Uefa Cup for next spring.

Football: Wallace gives Advocaat a fighting chance

Rangers 1 Parma 1

Football: Amoruso's admiration for Advocaat

LORENZO AMORUSO, the Rangers captain, believes the club's Continental drift into a European style of play under their Dutch coach, Dick Advocaat, means the threat of Parma holds no fears at Ibrox tonight.

Football: Liverpool next for the conquerors of Villa

LIVERPOOL WILL face Celta Vigo - the conquerors of Aston Villa - in the third round of the Uefa Cup. It means another test against a Spanish side for the men from Anfield, who beat Valencia in the last round.

Football: Parma tipped for Uefa Cup

PARMA HAVE been installed as 5-1 favourites to win the Uefa Cup after advancing to the third round with a 3-2 aggregate victory over the Polish side Wisla Krakow. Ladbrokes yesterday made another Italian club, Roma, second favourites at 6-1. Roma advanced 1-0 on aggregate after Tuesday night's goalless draw at Leeds.

Football: Club deny Baggio's knife claims

WISLA KRAKOW yesterday admitted that Parma's Dino Baggio was struck by a metal object thrown from the crowd during their Uefa Cup draw on Tuesday, but have denied the Italian was injured by a knife.

Football: Baggio needs stitches after knife is thrown

DINO BAGGIO claims he was hit by a knife during Parma's 1-1 Uefa Cup draw with Wisla Krakow in Poland in the first leg of their second round tie yesterday.
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